Otherwise, the announcement has no other information regarding details for the Nintendo Switch's new paid online gameplay service, particularly availability worldwide.
Nintendo has announced its long-awaited Nintendo Switch Online service will launch next week on September 18th.
You'll be able to play Super Mario Bros. 3, Donkey Kong, Ice Climber, and The Legend of Zelda.
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We still aren't going to be getting a Virtual Console, though the company will be adding 20 NES games to the console, along with the option to play them in co-op. That all changed today, as Nintendo finally gave Switch Online an actual release date.
Nintendo Switch Online pricing plans in Canada will start at $4.99 per month. Previously, playing online was free, but once Switch Online debuts, everyone will need to pay to play online. Not a bad price, considering PS Plus and Xbox Live Gold both cost about $60 a year, though by all accounts you won't get as much with a Switch Online subscription.